Tag Archives: Brooklyn
Pretend it’s not winter anymore at least for a few hours at this Greenpoint bar this weekend.
“He was influential right away, kind of like the Beatles or Elvis or some other phenomenon.” Trav S.D., author of “Chain of Fools: Silent Comedy and Its Legacies from Nickelodeons to Youtube,” who is putting together a screening of Charlie … Continue reading
From couples welding to rope bondage to a Beyonce-themed meal to your standard dinner-and-a-movie date, here’s a roundup of some Valentine’s Day events I did for the Brooklyn Paper. You’re welcome. P.S. Also check out this Missed Connections-themed party at … Continue reading
“Most people under 50 have never heard of her. She’s completely written out of history.” “Chisholm-ed in stone: New book celebrates first black congresswoman,” Brooklyn Paper
Now you can work out with Kristen WiigJudi Sheppard Misset in classic ’80s attire at this Jazzercise party in Williamsburg.
New York is gearing up for the Super Bowl, and for some people, there may be only one thing on their mind — food. It’s been on my mind, at least. That’s because for amNewYork this week, I took a … Continue reading
“I remember feeling at the time when the scandal broke that they had been wronged. That they were probably victims of a larger corporate system that gobbled them up and spit them out.”
Mara Wilson was a go-to child actress in the early ’90s, memorably starring in movies such as “Matilda” and “Mrs. Doubtfire” (“We’re his goddamn kids too.”). Today, she’s popping up all over the place – not in films, but at … Continue reading
In college I made it somewhat of a mission to check out Balkan brass bands and parties like they’d throw at Mehanata or Barbes. It just seemed like a good time. No surprise that the Golden Festival, a celebration of … Continue reading